The Trump administration has made many stumbles in its response to the coronavirus pandemic, but one of the key failures was not having enough kits to test for the pathogen once it appeared in the United States.
More than 100 clinical trials of dozens of ' are already underway around the world, a mobilization of global medical resources rarely seen before in human history. But science can be slow and indirect.
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Watch how the building blocks of Notre Dame'from wooden beams to the stone walls'were altered by the fire, and how researchers are using these fallen fragments to examine long-standing questions about the construction of the cathedral.
President Vladimir Putin shakes a robot's hand at a telecommunications company in Perm, Russia. Credit: Alexei Druzhinin/TASS via Getty In the twilight of a winter's afternoon on the outskirts of Moscow,
The White House has released a working copy of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) latest controversial 'secret science' proposal replete with red edits. Former EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt launched the rulemaking effort in 2018.
Where schools have closed, teachers have attempted to continue coursework with their students online. As the societal disruptions from COVID-19 spread and intensify, a question for many in the United States is, what about schools?